California limits disclosure of social security numbersBy J.J. McGrathFebruary 2003Effective July 1, 2002, it is against the law for a company doing business in California to include an individual's social security number on any correspondence to that customer, unless legally required to do so.
Confidentiality & joint defenseBy Donald PetersonApril 2003McNally Tunneling Corp. v. City of Evanston, No. 00 C 6979, 2001 U.S.Dist. LEXIS 17090, October 18, 2001, examined a joint defense and settlement agreement and disclosure to the plaintiff
Eyes wide openBy Richard RichmondNovember 2003Entrepreneur David Krumrine turned a passion for baking, learned from his grandmother, into a successful company.
FLSA class action lawsuits aboundBy J.J. McGrathFebruary 2003Did you know that class action lawsuits claiming FLSA violations have surpassed employment discrimination class actions pending in the federal courts?
HHS releases final HIPAA privacy regulationsFebruary 2003The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently published final regulations that clarify the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards due to become effective April 2003.
Letter from the co-editorsBy Michael Todd ScottDecember 2003In this issue of The Corporate Lawyer we have two very interesting articles from the firm of Faegre & Benson.
Letter from the co-editorsNovember 2003We are still looking for readers who would like to contribute articles for publication. This is a great opportunity for our members to get involved in the ISBA and specifically the Corporate Law Departments Section.
Letter from the co-editorsBy Michael Todd ScottJanuary 2003Welcome to the January, 2003 edition of The Corporate Lawyer. In this edition of we have two articles we hope you find valuable to your practice.